St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) February 24, 2012
Consort Homes was awarded with the Builder Partnerships Achievement Award (BPAA) for Highest Distinction in Customer Satisfaction. Consort was the only Missouri builder to receive the highest distinction award, and one of only eleven builders to receive the highest distinction award nationwide.
The company was awarded this honor at the International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Florida on February 7th by being presented with a trophy.
The BPAA was created to provide customer-centric home builders with third-party customer satisfaction validation from a credible source. To assure a high integrity process, Builder Partnerships put together a team of industry experts to effectively survey home builder customers, analyze the results, benchmark the applicant's performance and validate them for a BPAA achievement level.
“Winning a highest distinction honor for customer satisfaction means so much to us,” says Ken Stricker, president of Consort Homes. “Our team works hard to take care of our customers, and knowing those customers recognize and appreciate that is a big deal to us.”
The BPAA is not a contest with builders competing against each other, but rather a validated benchmark that recognizes builders who develop great homes and relationships with their customers. The measurement is based on the home buyer’s willingness to recommend a builder as well as the home buyer’s enthusiasm for their builder.
About Consort Homes:
Consort Homes is a family-owned home builder founded in 2005 by Howard Chilcutt, former owner of The Jones Company of St. Louis. Chilcutt, along with Ken Stricker, president of Consort Homes, runs this company with an 85-year history of building homes in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. 100% of home buyers “would recommend” Consort Homes, according to the Woodland, O’Brien & Scott Satisfaction Survey. The company offers a variety of home collections including townhomes, starting at $110,000, and single family homes ranging from $130,000 to homes in excess of $500,000. For more information, go to http://www.MyConsortHome.com.